No Carry Permit Needed in Wyoming

Murdoc’s been off the grid for a while but thought this subject deserved an update:

Wyoming Adopts “Constitutional Carry” of Firearms

An important step was taken yesterday in Wyoming toward restoring the constitutionally protected right of Americans to keep and bear arms, as that state became the second in less than a year to enact legislation affirming the right of its citizens to carry a concealed firearm without a special government-issued license. Following adoption in the state Senate, the vote of the House in the Wyoming legislature approved the bill by a vote of 48–8 several weeks ago, and Gov. Matt Mead (photo, left) signed it into law on March 3.

This is good news, though (predictably) not everyone agrees.

Meanwhile: Carrying gun without permit passes Utah committee

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